After over 5 years of TTC, having had 6 IVF cycles and 1 FET, one of which resulted in a m/c in 2012, the rest were bfn... We are finally expecting our first baby through natural conception. I was diagnosed with impaired glucose tolerance in September 2013 and put on me
[More]tformin, I conceived naturally in October 2013.
I uploaded my scan from 1/12/13... Baby Blue is getting bigger!
is almost 9 weeks and still feels "normal". Hoping I'm one of the lucky ones who doesn't get morning sickness.
Scan yesterday revealed a little bean measuring 18mm with a heartbeat of 160bpm...Yay! SCH is decreasing in size which is great news! I am 8 weeks and 4 days today! Thank you for your lovely comments.
Thanks for your status comment Blue. My friend's daughter just had a baby so it was especially weird (she is a teen and it was unexpected). So very happy for you. Where are you in France? Je continue mes études apprenant la langue et je voudrais être une enseignante!
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